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United in marriage Beavertail State Park was the setting for the August 15 wedding of Kori Alyssa Cardoza and Justin Timothy Maguire, both of Warwick. Ryan T. Meyer performed the ceremony that was followed by a reception at the newly weds' home in more
T.F. Green Airport and the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) announced Wednesday a free, “pop-up drive-in movie,” in partnership with newportFILM’s summer and fall series of … more
Be prepared to cast to fish on the surface including false albacore (albies), striped bass and bluefish. For the past five weeks anglers have been having a blast fishing for these fish that can appear on the surface during just about any fishing trip more
By DON FOWLER 20 years ago Rhode Island College dedicated the John Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts, in honor of the former college president who was a big supporter of the arts. Gamm Theatre presented their exciting version of "e;Macbeth."e; more
By JOHN HOWELL Now 90 and as sharp as ever when it comes to times gone by, Henry Brown remembers gleefully accepting the job his father offered him. He was 12 years old and he would be collecting the garbage of homes on Gaspee Point. The job would take more
Before COVID-19 took over everything and shut it all down back in March, Providence soul-funk act Grizzlies were primed to rise to new heights in the local music scene. They have a groovy sound that the senses can't deny and they were more
Broken Hearts Gallery ** (possibly more for millennials) Romantic comedy We suffered through this quirky, modern, romantic comedy, set in the New York City art world, realizing that there is a big gap between us and the culture of today's millennials. more
By CINDY FERA Several weeks ago, I realized that there was a mouse in my house. Well technically not my house, but my garage. How did I know? The little devil had eaten through the bag of birdseed I store in my garage and made a huge mess. The bag was in more
Grammy Award-winning artist Suzanne Vega recently released her latest album, "e;An Evening of New York Songs and Stories"e; (Amanuensis/Cooking Vinyl), and is celebrating the release with a livestreamed concert, held at the Blue Note Jazz Club in New York more
By DON FOWLER Reminiscing about family holidays, featuring turkey at Thanksgiving and ham at Easter, I found myself craving a good old fashioned ham dinner with all the trimmings, even though it was still August. In all my years of restaurant reviewing, more
My son, Francis, was always fascinated with sailing. From the age of 6, he and Hubby would transverse the small lake in our backyard in a small Sunfish. By the age of 10, Francis gleefully took … more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Twenty-one-year-old Blazis Juszkewicz arrived in New York from Russia on April 30, 1902. He had crossed the ocean upon the vessel The Kaiser Wilhelm and went on to Providence, where he found work as a day laborer. The blue-eyed more
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